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The FDA’s EUA program allows therapeutics companies to seek early approval when mitigating circumstances are met, as is the case with the current pandemic.

Supervisor Nathan Fletcher was the sole “no” vote, and expressed concern over the county’s use of carbon offsets to mitigate the project’s environmental impact and ongoing issues with the county’s Climate Action Plan.

Agrawal discusses some of the measures the company has taken to fight back, while admitting Twitter is trying to thread a needle of mitigating harm caused by false content without becoming an arbiter of truth.

Now more than ever, a united front is building in an effort to mitigate the unconscionable and unacceptable disparities in health among certain segments of the population.

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To me, being outdoors mitigates most of the risk of coronavirus transmission, yet as the day approaches I am having second thoughts.

It is tasked with mitigating environmental destruction brought on by three and a half decades of torrid growth.

The defense strategy at trial was as much about mitigating as acquitting.

Naturally, mitigating the financial burden of raising children would make it easier to decide to have more of them.

The one mitigating circumstance I can offer the mute court of existence is that I am only tuned in (and turned off) 24-six.

Mitigating the threat posed by transferred detainees is an inherently difficult proposition.

If a fair trial is to be allowed there are mitigating circumstances to be urged.

Among the mitigating circumstances I should be inclined to name even those which you bring in aggravation.

Later it was in somewhat general use internally for mitigating the pains of colic.

That would be a cool proposition, I am aware, but for certain mitigating circumstances which I hasten to mention.

Nothing that we know of can prevent them, though many means are known of mitigating their severity.


On this page you'll find 52 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to mitigating, such as: encouraging, reassuring, refreshing, soothing, abating, and allaying.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.